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Photography Workshop by DT Photography-

Photography Workshop by DT Photography-

Join us at the library on Wednesday, July 27th from 6:30pm-7:30pm for an Introduction to Photography workshop hosted by Tekamah’s own DT Photography! Registration is required for this event. You can register in person, call (402)374-2453, or email teklibdirector@gmail.com. Bring a DSLR camera, charged battery, and SD card. Hope to see you there!

Bekah Jerde Visiting

Bekah Jerde Visiting

Named Emerging Visual Artist at the 2022 Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards, Omaha photographer Bekah Jerde grew up on a cattle ranch in northwestern South Dakota. Her story of the years in between will be presented at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 7 at the Chatt Center in Tekamah. A guest of the Tekamah Public Library Foundation, Bekah is a nonprofit leader, advocate, woman in recovery and artist, as well as an award-winning photographer. She was featured in the Omaha World…

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March Happenings

March Happenings

National Read Across America Day was Wednesday, March 2nd. This annual children’s literacy event is also Dr. Seuss’ birthday. We are celebrating these two events all month at Tekamah Public Library, along with some other fun! Keep reading to learn about the events and displays we have going on this month. Paper Chain Project For every book checked out during the month of March, a link will be added to a paper chain. Patrons are invited to decorate and attach…

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National Bird-Feeding Month

National Bird-Feeding Month

This month, we are celebrating an important but lesser-known holiday. February is National Bird-Feeding Month. Food and water is scarce during the winter months, and February is the hardest month for wild birds to survive. You can help by placing bird feeders and water sources in safe locations in your backyard. In exchange, you get the beauty and pleasure of watching birds flock to your yard. We have many birding books that cover every angle of this hobby. Birdwatching, bird…

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Tax Season at Your Library

Tax Season at Your Library

Tax season officially begins January 24th. During this time of year, the library is inundated with questions regarding income taxes. This post intends to address some of our most frequently asked questions. Where can I get tax forms? All forms and schedules can be printed from the IRS website. We are happy to print these forms for you. Please come to the library with the name of the form you need. Can a librarian answer my tax questions? In most…

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Snow what fun!

Snow what fun!

We are keeping spirits bright at your local library. Check out the fun events we have going on in December and beyond! Winter Book Bingo December 1st to January 31st Patrons of all ages are invited to compete in our Winter Book Bingo. All patrons have to do is read a library book that fits the criteria of the winter or holiday-themed squares on the card. Participants will be entered to win a $25 Amazon gift card! Come to the…

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Library turns 105

Library turns 105

Tekamah Public Library will be celebrating its 105th birthday this month. The original Carnegie structure was dedicated on October 25th, 1916, but Tekamah’s library was already a couple years in the making. The community’s desire for a library had been known since May 1914, when the Burt County Herald reported that the Tekamah Commercial Club was putting forth efforts to secure the funding via a grant. This money came from none other than businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie’s foundation. Tekamah…

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Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week

The week of September 26th is Banned Books Week. This event is sponsored by the American Library Association, who keeps a record of all reported challenges and bans. So what is a banned book? This term is used to describe books that have either been challenged or removed from public libraries, school libraries, or school curriculum. These books are often described as offensive or inappropriate for a multitude of reasons. It is the opinion of the library community that attempting…

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